Eleanor Zecchin is based in Adelaide, working as both a practicing artist and lecturer at Adelaide College for the Arts. Her paintings have been exhibited locally and interstate and she is currently completing her Masters in Visual Arts through Monash University. "My paintings speak about the complex nature of the everyday. It is in constant flux yet it provides a source of comfort through the familiar and routine symbols of banal objects, rituals and other happenings.
Electric Fields are two feminine brothers who are uniting ancient Anangu culture with modern electronica and soul. ‘…truly, fiercely beautiful’ – Daniel Browning, Presenter and Producer ABC Radio National.
My practice is described as concept driven, using and investigating materials and media to suit the intention of the work, encompass design and convey meaning. I am an artist, designer/maker and independent curator working in the visual arts, craft & design fields.
This body of work continues my interest in themes of self-perception, the female and male form and the connection between figurative and abstract/expressionist painting. In this series I explore how self are themselves concepts that are abstracted.
Ella Sandow is a 23-year-old visual artist who has majored in painting at the Adelaide College of the Arts. Her work is contempory and focuses on nature. She paints in bold, bright and dark colours that contrast each other. Her work is almost a mix of traditional subjects and themes - made more modern. Ella resides in Adelaide and does commission artwork, along with murals.
Adelaide-based and hardworking, we just want to play and record music for the world.
Emma Knights Productions is a music-based event company run by local musician Emma Knights. All events feature local South Australian musicians as well as collaborating with other local businesses. All events aim to give audiences a new an unique experience and to showcase the talents we have here.
Emma Maguire is a writer, researcher, and curious mind. She is a PhD Candidate in English Literature at Flinders University. Her non-fiction explores gender, digital media, and life narrative. Emma is also currently writing a literary murder mystery set in the Adelaide Hills.
I am interested in themes relating to spirituality, sex and death - I like to use distortion and repetition as means to investigate the ideas of 'the self ' in relation to assimilation and disintegration within contemporary society. My recent White Portrait series has been stimulated by reading journals on Instrumental Transcommunication (ITC)- contacting the dead through television - an offshoot of Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) Past works have explored subliminal messaging, hypnosis, reality TV and religious broadcasting.
Formed in 2005, their debut mini album, ‘Fool’s Errand’ released early 2008, quickly sold out in the US. Their follow up releases, ‘Evaporating’ & ‘Sleepwalker’ garnered exceptional critical acclaim and have managed to further the profile of the project. Currently in the process of releasing their fourth album, ‘We ache for the Moon’ an artful effort that took a year to write & record in collaboration with the award winning jazz vocalist ‘Katie Underwood’ EVOLETAH is currently enjoying its reaction from fans & the press.